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Most music repeats itself a lot an awful lot actually in on repeat elizabeth margulis takes a firm grasp of this obvious fact and moves it out from under our noses giving it the thoughtful consideration it deserves. Rigorous and engaging on repeat draws from many disciplines music cognition music theory neuroscience linguistics musicology to shine a welcome light on hitherto elusive truths about how repetition in music works to play the mind after reading this ill never listen to a piece of music quite the same way again. Start your review of on repeat how music plays the mind write a review nov 22 2014 slim khezri rated it it was amazing what a great book what a great book you really didnt need to see that sentence written more than once. On repeat how music plays the mind you are here in on repeat she delves into perceptual mechanisms associated with repetition recognition music learning and much more with an engaging style that will inform and entertain the most seasoned musician as well as the interested layperson